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Nevada Law Library

Intentional Interference With Contractual Relations

In Nevada, the elements for a claim of intentional interference with contractual relations are:

1.         A valid and existing contract between plaintiff and a third party;

2.         Defendant had knowledge of the valid contract or had reason to know of its existence;

3.         Defendant committed intentional acts intended or designed to disrupt the contractual relationship;

4.         Actual disruption of the contract; and

5.         Causation and damage.

Klein v. Freedom Strategic Partners, LLC, 595 F. Supp. 2d 1152 (D. Nev. 2009); Blanck v. Hager, 360 F. Supp.2d 1137 (D. Nev. 2005); Nat. Right to Life P.A. Com. v. Friends of Bryan, 741 F.Supp. 807, 813 (D. Nev. 1990); J.J. Industries, LLC v. B. Bennett, 19 Nev. 269, 71 P.3d 1264, 1268 (2003); Wichinsky v. Mosa, 109 Nev. 84, 88, 847 P.2d 727 (1993); Sutherland v. Gross, 105 Nev. 192, 772 P.2d 1287, 1288 (Nev. 1989); M & R Inv. Co. v. Goldsberry, 707 P.2d 1143 (Nev. 1985).